Chung-Yiu Peter Chiu

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The authors used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate neural activation during a semantic-classification/object-recognition task in 13 persons with Down syndrome and 12 typically developing control participants (age range  =  12-26 years). A comparison between groups suggested atypical patterns of brain activation for the individuals(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the association of neurocognitive functioning with internalizing and externalizing problems and school and social competence in children adopted internationally. METHOD Participants included girls between the ages of 6-12 years who were internationally adopted from China (n = 32) or Eastern Europe (n =(More)
Simultaneous tones that are harmonically related tend to be grouped perceptually to form a unitary auditory image. A partial that is mistuned stands out from the other tones, and harmonic complexes with different fundamental frequencies can readily be perceived as separate auditory objects. These phenomena are evidence for the strong role of harmonicity in(More)
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